|Title||Intercultural Short Filmmaking in Aotearoa New Zealand|
In this article I examine two New Zealand short films from 2004 - Fleeting Beauty, directed by me, and Eating Sausage, directed by Zia Mandviwalla. I argue that, through genuinely dialogic encounters between distinct cultural communities, productive cultural relativisation occurs that is reflected in the evolving scripts and final films, and which expands both Laura Marks' conceptualisation of intercultural cinema and the very definition of a New Zealand film.
|New Zealand film|
|Journal||Metro: Media and Education Magazine|
|Journal citation||148, pp. 140-146|
|Web address (URL)||https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=124430389275425;res=IELAPA|